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Puerto Rico's biggest power plant could be offline for a year, executive warns

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9 January 2020

On 9 January 2020 Reuters reported: Puerto Rico's top energy executive on Thursday [9 January] warned that the U.S territory's largest power plant could remain off line for up to a year because of earthquake damage, evoking memories of lengthy power outages that followed a pair of hurricanes in 2017. Global Good News service views this news as the failure of modern science systems. Such 'flops' highlight the need for more intelligent, evolutionary, Natural Law based, life-supporting systems.

Two days after being hit by Puerto Rico's most powerful earthquake in more than a century, only half of the Caribbean island had power restored, Jose Ortiz, the executive director of public power utility PREPA, told Puerto Rico's WKAQ radio.

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